Workholding Systems

The Powerhouse of Hydraulic Expansion Toolholders Is the TENDO-ES

The Powerhouse of Hydraulic Expansion Toolholders Is the TENDO-ES

The SCHUNK TENDO-ES, is an extremely short hydraulic expansion toolholder, which allows the tool to be clamped directly in the mounting taper. This way, the tool shank is supported via the spindle. The result is the highest holding forces for transferable high torques and a great deal of additional space in the machining area. The TENDOS-ES L1 is 26.0 mm, has a run-out accuracy of less than 0.003...

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Workholding Chuck has drawbar activated design.

Workholding Chuck has drawbar activated design.

Along with centered pilot for optimized accuracy and repeatability, 4 in. dia drawbar-actuated, pull-down chuck features spring-loaded funnel-shaped base that goes into chuck body with zero clearance sliding fit. Operator pushes part down into funnel, and 2 spring-loaded ball plungers hold part in place. Precision centering power air and diaphragm chucks are available for lathe and milling...

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WENmagnetics Offers BIG Kaiser Unilock Clamping Interface

WENmagnetics Offers BIG Kaiser Unilock Clamping Interface

Elk Grove Village, IL - BIG Kaiser Precision Tooling Inc. joins forces with WEN Technology, Inc. of Raleigh, NC, to introduce Zero-Point clamping for magnetic workholding applications. BIG Kaiser Unilock and WENmagnetics are a natural fit since both systems are designed to grip from one face only, leaving all remaining faces available for manufacturing. WEN Electro-permanent magnetic systems only...

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DE-STA-CO to Feature CAMCO' Ring lndex Drives at ATExpo

Auburn Hills, Michigan, September 23, 2008 - DE-STA-CO will showcase a variety of workholding and automation products at the annual Assembly Technology Expo. Headlined by products from its CAMCOn line, the industry leader in material handling solutions will be located in booth 51 7 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois from September 23 - 25. DE-STA-CO's family of...

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Hydraulic Vise Column features swivel coupling.

Eliminating need to disconnect and reconnect 2 hydraulic hoses as column rotates, Hydraulic Vise Column delivers hydraulic power that ensures consistent clamping force, and up to 4,700 lb of clamping capacity. Each vise can be independently operated, while compact rotary coupling does not interfere with tooling. With stand-alone design that can be retrofitted in field, product is available in 4...

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Manual Steady Rests handle loads up to 30 tons.

Manual Steady Rests handle loads up to 30 tons.

Designed to turn long shaft-type workpieces, Richter manual steady rests are available in standard, special, and large ring styles, with diameters from .788-59.1 in. and load capacities ranging from 2-30 tons. Various models include gas springs, rotating, traveling, C-form, grinding, roller, and ring steady rests. Some feature electronic measuring device that allows steady rests to identify...

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Workholding System is designed for Kurt 8 in. vises.

Capable of holding 5 or 8 parts in single clamping, Hydramax(TM) Workholding System features common channel that equalizes pressure against all of individual pistons, so equal pressure is applied to all parts. Users can load parts and single stroke of vise handle provides independent clamping of each piston. Featuring aluminum jaw for quick pocket machining, system utilizes hydraulic pressure for...

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HAINBUCH America to Unveil Revolutionary Workholding Solutions at IMTS 2008

HAINBUCH America to Unveil Revolutionary Workholding Solutions at IMTS 2008

(Milwaukee, WI...May 28, 2008) HAINBUCH America will unveil the new TOPlus hexagonal mineral cast chuck as well as feature several other recently-developed workholding technologies at IMTS08, in the West building (Tooling and Workholding Pavilion), hall F, at booth # 2973. In addition to the North American debut of the TOPlus, IMTS attendees can see HAINBUCH's new B-Top3 chuck, the HYDROK...

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Largest Selection Of Workholding Grippers Answer Expanding Demands

Soft synthetic materials and plastics...hard alloys and exotic metals...intricate shapes and contours of castings and forgings...higher spindle RPMs and centrifugal forces...greater depths of cut and increased stock removal rates...machines that multi-task. An ever growing list of demands on workholding and positioning components, and why Fairlane Products (Fraser, MI) manufactures and offers the...

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